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issue, trump is just wrong. tom llamas, abc news, new york. in tampa, florida, 14 burglars were caught in the act on a home security system. but there's a bit of a twist. the home security system is actually disguised so well in fact that one of the suspects looks straight into the camera at one point trying to figure out what it is. you then see them go through the house, stealing jewelry, cash, golf clubs. they even got away with the victim's car but not very far. all the items were recovered and the suspects arrested. in southern california, more sharks have been captured on camera, as well. that led to a one mile long section of the beach in huntington beach being closed. lifeguards posted signs warning swimmers to stay out of the water. there have been multiple shark sightings and one attack in the area in the last few weeks. >> in northern california, not a good night for sharks that make their home on ice. the pittsburgh penguins and san jose against the sharks in game four of the stanley cup final.
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the home team down 2-1 in the series and down 2-0 in the game. after evgeni malkin there scored in the second, san jose cut it to 2-1, but eric fehr scored in the third. penguins winning it all, 3-1. they're up 3-1 in the series and can clinch their third stanley cup at home thursday night. mario is happy there. >> oh, yeah. well, it's playoff time in college baseball. things got a little heated on tobacco road you could say. >> yeah, so, you have north carolina head coach elliott avent who was not happy with the strike zone against coastal carolina. so, he let the umps know. first he's in the home plate umpire's face who is three times his size. when one of the other umps comes over, he puts on the nice spin move to get away. avent kept it up till he finally grabbed his bag and walked off. by the way, nc state won the game. >> i like the roll dodge move. >> that little spin was -- >> got some skills. maybe he should coach football, too. >> true.
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all right, coming up, bobby brown opens up to our robin roberts. what the r&b star is now saying about moving forward after about moving forward after suffering the back-to-back devastating losses of both whitney houston and their daughter bobbi kristina. rick astley isn't about to give you up. the big news from the '80s heartthrob ahead in "the skinny." you're watching "world news now." ♪ never going to give you up ♪ never going to say good-bye ♪ >> announcer: "world news now" weather, brought to you by american advisors. weather, brought to you by american advisors.
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she seemed prepared with that bike helmet and all. but still enough is enough. and she was soon overcome by tears. that's our denver station coming to her rescue, giving her shelter from the storm. >> i was going to complain that people were videoing and no one was helping her. but they did help her, i'm glad to see. >> the other stations just watched. the nevada department of corrections has released a new mugshot of o.j. simpson. the 68-year-old has not been seen in a mugshot since 2013. simpson smiles for the camera. prison officials say they routinely update photos for their records. the former nfl star is serving 33 years in prison for armed robbery. now to some heartfelt words and new revelations in fact, from bobby brown about the two devastating losses that he suffered just three years apart. >> the r&b star opened up to our own robin roberts about life after whitney houston and their daughter bobbi kristina. >> reporter: on january 21st, 2015, she was found lifeless in
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a bathtub at her georgia home, a scene eerily similar to her mother's death. reports labeled bobbi kristina's accident a mystery. but bobby brown had his suspicions. >> it was not a mystery to me. the same thing that happened to my daughter is what happened to whitney. there's only one person that was around both occasions. >> you won't say his name. nick gordon is who you're referring to. >> i won't say his name. >> reporter: gordon was rumored to be whitney's adopted son, but after whitney's death, the couple claimed they were much more. >> i'm married. and we're fine. we're really -- we're really, really very happy. >> reporter: there have been no legal documents to prove that the couple ever married. >> nick gordon, the things that are being said by him recently, how do you approach that? >> he knows what happened. i don't know what happened that night. but he does.
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>> reporter: for six months, bobbi kristina lay in a coma. on july 26th, 2015, she passed away. her official cause of death was lobar pneumonia due to drowning and a toxic cocktail of drugs in her system. just last month, bobby joined her estate in filing a $10 million wrongful death suit against nick gordon. nick gordon's attorneys call the lawsuit meritless saying that he has been heartbroken over the loss of bobbi kristina en an it's shameful such baseless allegations have been presented publicly but bobby brown says loss, not a lawsuit, has been his toughest challenge. >> hardest thing i had to do in my life was tell my daughter to let go. >> i can't even imagine the pain that whole family is going through. it's hard enough to have lost whitney but then to deal with that loss of bobbi kristina. for so many months trying to
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hold on to hope like that, it's heart breaking. >> it's a tough interview to watch but an interesting one indeed. it's going to be tonight on "20/20" at 10:00 p.m. right here on abc. when we come back, the chad drama continues on "the bachelorette." and guess who just bought the playboy mansion. "the skinny" is next. >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations. rom our
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topping our "skinny" headlines this morning, it was all about chad last night on "the bachelorette." >> week three saw the show's favorite villain chad with all his muscles being described as a caveman, a cartoon character and another name we can't repeat on air. >> a few of them. >> yeah. chad's retort? there are just too many dudes on the bachelorette. >> that will happen. >> there are way too many details to go into here. but it's not over yet. part 2 airs tonight at 8:00 p.m. right here on abc. we will have a full recap tomorrow morning with our senior "bachelorette" analyst jack sheehan. >> so, part one ended with like this big, big cliffhanger. like think who shot j.r.? you know, it was huge. like i was there and like no. he was coming in. he had spoken with chris. and he was going after the fellows. >> what's going to happen? >> part two tonight. >> and no cocktail party, pool party instead.
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>> yes. >> it's going to be a good one. okay, speaking of cocktail parties, i'm sure playboy mansion has had a few of this them. >> a few of them. pool parties, as well. >> new owner. >> barely six months after hugh hefner put the estate on the market, the 1927 gothic revival mansion has reportedly been sold to 32-year-old investor darren metropoulos who co-owns hostess brands and the one-time heir to the pabst brewing company. >> hefner listed it for $200 million. tmz reports they're paying roughly $100 million. the young investor agreed to let the 90-year-old hefner live out the rest of his days inside the fabled mansion. >> metropoulos already owns the property next door, that's an $18 million pad and reportedly he intends to keep the exterior of the playboy mansion intact but he'll likely gut and restore the interior. maybe a few more things, as well. >> exactly. next to some big news across the pond. >> we're talking about '80s heartthrob rick astley hit the
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stage. central london last night to help launch his new album. he's back. ♪ never going to give you up, never going to let you down never going to run around and desert you ♪ >> psych. we just rick rolled you. seriously though, he really. >> he's not ready to give us that. take a look. ♪ this old house, this old house ♪ >> huh. >> okay. the voice still sounds the same. >> i think i know all the words already. >> this old house. what's the title for it? >> "this old house," or course. >> this old house. >> this is one of the new tracks on astley's new album "50" which is not coincidentally his age. the album is expected to be released this october. i expect a lot of rick rolling. >> he's not giving us up. rick rolling is a thing 20 years ago. and finally, last night was game four of the stanley cup playoffs. the san jose sharks hosting the pittsburgh penguins.
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>> and in case you missed it, this happened. ♪ >> and take that, carlos santana. >> and the crowd goes wild. >> as they should. longtime shark fans metallica lead singer james hetfield and guitarist kirk hammett performing the star spangled banner, in beautiful fashion. but it wasn't enough to keep the sharks from losing to pittsburgh 3-1 with the penguins leading the series. >> at least they had some good music. >> they did. coming up, the first lady flexes her muscles out in the garden. >> it was harvest day at the white house as school children from across the nation rolled up their sleeves and dug in. you're watching "world news now." ♪ never going to say good-bye
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first lady. but when you plant a garden at the white house, you have to reap those veggies. >> are you guys ready to do some harvesting? >> reporter: students from across the country joined michelle obama in harvesting the white house kitchen garden. the kids planted this garden back in april. now, they're seeing an fruits of their labor. kale, cauliflower and snap peas. >> it's big. >> it's cool to see how fast it's grown. >> it's beautiful. >> reporter: something new in this year's garden is the outrageous lettuce which used the same seeds used on the international space station. the beds of red lettuce grew so fast, the white house already replanted them. it's all part of the first lady's campaign for kids to embrace healthy diets and active lifestyles. >> folks across the country are starting to do what we're doing here at the white house. and it's really helping a lot of kids eat better. >> reporter: along the way, mrs. obama has employed the help of her celebrity friends like basketball star steph curry. >> turnip for what?
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>> reporter: and chefs frankie celenza and rachel ray who stirred up some curried vegetables. >> you are what you eat. and this is really good stuff. you start early and i think it makes a big difference. >> reporter: for trinity and christian from colorado that's a message that's already resonating. > i'll probably try eating salad, no french fries. >> reporter: the white house kitchen garden started as part of the first lady's "let's move" campaign in 2009. she hopes it's going to continue with the next president. arlette saenz, abc news, the white house. it is always a beautiful event for many people in d.c. and the students there. >> turnip for what? i love it. >> and tours of the white house kitchen garden are open to any school and community group that has an interest in gardening and healthy eating. >> very good. don't miss our updates on facebook at wnnfans.com. >> announcer: this is abc's "world news now," informing insomniacs for two decades. informing insomniacs for two decades.
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good morning. i'm diane macedo. >> and i'm kendis gibson. here are some of the top headlines we're following this morning on "world news now." making history. hillary clinton now has enough delegates to clinch her party's nomination. even before the final votes are in, president obama is ready to throw his support behind the presumptive nominee. but bernie sanders is fighting on. full coverage ahead. the florida gulf coast is taking the brunt of heavy rain and strong winds from tropical storm colin. thousands lost power in the tampa area when trees and power lines came down and the storm is now moving up the east coast. gorilla world at the cincinnati zoo reopens for the first time today since that little boy fell into the enclosure. the zoo now has a higher reinforced barrier in place. prosecutors have said the mother will not be charged. and the nba's mvp says no to rio.
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golden state star steph curry is sitting out the summer olympics. those are some of our top stories on this tuesday, june 7th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." no. >> no. >> i was asking how do you say no in portuguese. >> no, that's how. >> sounds like no. >> got it? >> got it. let's begin with history in the making. hillary clinton is now the first woman to become the presumptive nominee of a major american political party. >> clinton has secured enough delegates to clinch the democratic nomination but she's holding off celebrating as millions head to the polls today in six states. instead, clinton is firing off some new attacks on donald trump over his controversial comments about a federal judge. we get more details now from abc's cecilia vega. >> reporter: hillary clinton reaching the number of delegates needed to become the democratic nominee for president, making her the first woman ever to clinch a major party presidential nomination. >> i got to tell you, according to the news, we are on the brink
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of an historic, historic, unprecedented moment, but we still have work to do, don't we. >> reporter: earlier in the day, clinton getting emotional talking about the history being made. >> it's really emotional. it will make a big difference for a father or a mother to be able to look at their daughter just like they can look at their son and say you can be anything you want to be in this country, including president of the united states. >> reporter: her sights now set on the general election and donald trump. clinton wondering just how low he can go. now a boost from the white house. word that president obama will endorse clinton once she becomes the presumptive nominee. that endorsement perhaps as early as this week. >> are we ready to make a political revolution? >> reporter: but senator bernie sanders still pressing on. >> everybody voting tomorrow? we have an important primary tomorrow.
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we are working as hard as we can. >> reporter: bill and hillary clinton not giving up any ground in california. just look at the map. over the past five days, at least 21 stops for her. 18 for him. sanders supporters heckling bill clinton at one event. >> no point in having a shouting match. >> reporter: the former president firing right back. >> i don't want to pick a fight, but if i was him, i'd be screaming, too. because if you figure this out, they're toast for election day. >> reporter: and there are now reports that president obama has called bernie sanders to discuss the future of the senator's presidential bid. this, of course, comes as president obama is about to formally endorse hillary clinton. his aides telling us he is eager to start campaigning against donald trump. cecilia vega, abc news, los angeles. and speaking of donald trump, he's facing more and more criticism from the republican establishment after linking a judge's ability to do his job to his mexican ancestry. trump held a conference call
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with his top supporters reportedly urging them to defend his attacks on the judge. and he said criticism from newt gingrich was inappropriate. senator lindsey graham though was among the republicans speaking out against trump calling his comments the most un-american thing from a politician since joe mccarthy. turning now to the dangerous weather as tropical storm colin drenches millions from florida to the carolinas. roads were underwater and thousands lost power after heavy rain and 50-mile-an-hour winds hit florida. after making landfall this morning, the storm will cross the state and begin heading up the east coast. storm bands already stretch to north carolina. rip currents, beach erosion and flash flooding are also significant threats. this man take a look in the st. petersburg, florida, area took to his kayak to get around when the storm flooded his neighborhood. abc's steve osunsami has more on the damage from clearwater. >> reporter: florida's governor is throwing everything at the storm, declaring that state of emergency in each of the 34
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counties sitting in the path of tropical storm colin. in some places, we've seen nearly five inches of rain fall at once. in st. pete beach, water that's thigh high. >> i've taken some things off the first floor, just to try to avoid the damage there, but i'm pretty sure it's going to happen anyway. >> reporter: outside tampa, the massive skyway bridge is closed. >> shut down right now in both directions because of high wind gusts. >> reporter: boats have ripped loose. >> i want to be able to untie it from the boat. >> reporter: and flooded streets are blocked off. >> my advice is, just use your brains. don't go around the barricades. they're there for a reason. >> reporter: families trying to keep their homes dry are racing to fill sandbags. authorities say they've filled 10,000 bags so far. >> if the storm stalls, then, yeah, we're going to have a problem. >> reporter: already, a severe weather system in the north and east brought this tornado near jacksonville. >> it is definitely rotating. >> reporter: high winds knocked down trees sunday in hall county, georgia, and blew 35 power poles onto a causeway in
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ohio. >> the wind was just so loud, it started picking up so quickly. >> reporter: in florida, they haven't seen a hurricane since wilma hit in 2005, so authorities are trying hard to remind families that even a tropical storm can be deadly. >> we're already seeing high surf and bands of rain, enough to flood the streets along the causeway. that got us here to this beach. all of this is expected to move quickly and will be drenching the carolinas. steve osunsami, abc news, clearwater beach, florida. >> thank you. and thankfully the damage is not expected to be so bad as the storm heads back to sea. but it will make travel a mess for millions this morning. let's get to accuweather's paul williams for the forecast. paul, good morning. how is it looking? >> good morning to you, as well, kendis, diane. well, now we're concerned about colin's tracking across portions of florida causing big-time delays along i-75, i-95 up towards raleigh, flash flooding a big concern. isolated severe thunderstorms, if not a few leftover tornadoes if that wasn't enough to be overly concerned about.
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now, please keep in mind that, as colin moves along the carolina coast, skipping through charleston, wilmington, cape hatteras, look for significant downpours and rough surf. kendis, diane. >> our thanks to paul there. now to the outrage over the punishment given to a convicted rapist in california. brock turner, a former competitive swimmer at stanford university, was sentenced to six months behind bars. he could have gotten 14 years. critics have launched a recall effort against the judge. that judge says he was just following the recommendation of the probation department. and attorneys who have appeared before him previously say he is respected and is fair. in baltimore, the trial of a police officer charged in the death of freddie gray starts thursday. officer caesar goodson has opted for a judge to preside over his case instead of a jury. goodson faces a second-degree murder charge. gray died from a severe spinal injury while riding in the back of a police van. goodson drove that van. he's the second officer to select a bench trial. overseas, a special project is under way in jerusalem.
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the ancient chamber believed to house the tomb of jesus is undergoing restoration. it's been more than 200 years since the last restoration took place. experts say it's been damaged by exposure to candle smoke, water and humidity. rivalry between the three denominations that run the church delayed those repairs. and prayers marked the end of ramadan's first day of fasting. muslims began their most sacred month. in greece, workers handed out food to some of the 52,000 syrian refugees in that country and in pakistan, worshipers looked at the ramadan moon which some say could be seen clearly throughout the country. and tv host john oliver has officially out-oprahed oprah maybe. >> here's what he did on the latest edition of his show "last week tonight," oliver staged the largest television giveaway ever. he cleared nearly $15 million in medical debts for about 9,000 people. oliver did it by starting his own debt collecting agency,
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buying the debt only cost him $60,000. the $15 million debt removal beat oprah's $7 million car giveaway in 2004. >> hmm. you get a car, you get a car. you get no debt. >> you get no debt. i think i'll take, i don't know. what kind of car was it again? >> i don't know. said the whole idea was to bring about the debt collection industry, how many layers there are to it and how i think he said for something like 50 bucks, he was able to start this company and get hold of people's names and security numbers. >> and only $60,000. >> $60,000 to buy up $15 million worth of debt. >> amazing. coming up, cooking up change in the school cafeteria. how a group of ambitious student chefs are working to change the face of the school lunch. and mending a broken heart by letting go of those old love mementos. how a unique museum in los angeles is hoping to provide a catharsis for the lovesick. you're watching "world news now."
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feel the difference with k-y ultragel. >> omaha. omaha. omaha. 44's mike. bags montana. i don't know it doesn't seem to work, as well for me. >> not quite. that's the president there welcoming the super bowl champion denver broncos to the white house with a tribute to now-retired quarterback peyton manning. this, of course, is the last time that he'll meet a super bowl winner as president. and mr. obama said manning had some advice on retirement, telling him try it. don't overstay your welcome. the sport of mixed martial arts has lost one of its most recognizable names. kimbo slice has died. the announcement came late monday. the bahamian-born fighter had been in the hospital earlier in the day near his home in south florida for an undisclosed reason. his cause of death has not been released.
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but foul play is not suspected. kimbo slice was 48 years old. we're learning more details about the funeral for muhammad ali. actor will smith and former heavyweight champ lennox lewis will be among the pallbearers at the funeral on friday. there will also be an islamic service in ali's hometown of louisville thursday before that larger public service the following day. well, as we learn more about the long good-bye to the boxing legend, we're also reminded about his words that are really transcending his life. >> and his words on a much more profound level than his fists never failed to deliver a punch. here's abc's david wright. >> i have wrestled with an alligator. i done tussled with a whale. i handcuffed lightning thrown thunder in jail. >> reporter: he was poetry in motion. >> i'm handsome. i'm fast. i'm pretty and can't possibly be beat. >> reporter: nobody ever so fast on his feet. >> too much speed. too fast.
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i'm too fast. >> reporter: so quick with a comeback. >> you're being extremely truculent. >> whatever truculent mean, if that's good, i'm that. >> reporter: his dominance complete. he made sure the whole world had a ringside seat. >> i murdered a rock. angelo stone, hospitalized a brick. i'm so mean, i make medicine sick. >> reporter: the louisville lip his words packed a punch. >> it will be a killer and a chiller and a thriller when i get the gorilla in manila. i don't care how small the ring is, i'll fight that chump in a telephone booth. >> reporter: telling all his opponents -- >> i can back up any word. and i'll whoop any man in the world, and i want everybody out there on tv to know it. >> reporter: he would eat them for lunch. >> i saw sonny liston a few days ago, cassius. >> he's too ugly to be the world's champ. the world champ should be pretty like me. if you think the world is --
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when nixon resigned, wait till i kick someone's behind. >> reporter: muhammad ali loved talking smack. >> float like a butterfly and sting like a bee. >> he was trying to psych me out. i was every name in the book. i was this, i was that, you know, and i said, wow. >> reporter: all of it, just part of his plan of attack. >> clay comes out to meet liston and liston starts to retreat. if liston goes back any farther, he'll end up in a ringside seat. >> reporter: david wright, abc news, san francisco. >> the closing words inside an autobiography kind of funny. he says i would like to be remembered as a boxer, but i'd be okay if folks forgot that i was pretty. that was a key thing with him. >> can't deal with that. coming up, how do you mend a broken heart? >> it could be as easy as a trip to los angeles and a visit to the museum of broken relationships. you're watching "world news now." >> sign me up. >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations.
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♪ sitting here with a black hole in my chest ♪ quite a picture of l.a.'s city hall there where it's expected to be in the 70s later on today. pretty nice. >> see if the weather can help mend some broken hearts. >> quite possibly. >> it's supposed to be one of
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the most painful things people go through. there's always been that question of how do you get over that. >> how do you mend that broken heart? a los angeles lawyer believes he's created just the cure. we're up "up all nightline" now with abc's nick watt. >> reporter: true tales, mementos of lost love donated by members of the public for closure, catharsis, revenge? >> he made me wear them during sex because they turned him on. >> reporter: preserved and displayed here on hollywood boulevard. >> this is my favorite museum i have ever been to. >> reporter: we generally prefer to celebrate finding love, falling in love, beating the odds, the promise of happily ever after. earlier this evening, i giggled watching "the bachelorette" when jojo took chase on a yoga date. >> how long have you guys been intimate? >> never. >> okay. >> we met about a week ago. >> reporter: we'd all like to believe sally is still with harry. >> i love that you get cold when it's 71 degrees out. i love that it takes you an hour
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and a half to order a sandwich. >> reporter: but listen up, people, nearly 50% of marriages end in divorce. face facts, face reality. visit the museum of broken relationships. >> it's making me reflect on my own relationships. it's very beautiful. >> reporter: we asked an expert is this serving any purpose whatsoever? >> immediately i thought this is ridiculous. and then, when i started to think more deeply about it, i thought, well, actually, there's a lot of people who need closure. >> did you see this one? >> reporter: yes. we've had behind the scenes access since this place looked like this. it used to be a lingerie store, the famous frederick's of hollywood. fitting transformation. back to that lawyer who made all this happen. all started last summer on a family vacation to croatia. >> they had a guide book that said that there was this museum of broken relationships. and i thought, we've got see that. >> reporter: the first museum of broken relationships opened in croatia five years ago. > we came out of there, all of us moved by it.
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this is a universal human experience. everybody has had a broken relationship, of one kind or another. >> reporter: john quinn started collecting for an l.a. version. >> this woman's former boyfriend had encouraged her -- strongly encouraged her to get breast implants. he wanted her to have larger breasts. >> reporter: sounds like a great guy. it's all anonymous. >> all of it's anonymous. >> reporter: and so the stories i imagine would be slightly differently told if you had to put your name? >> i think so. i think that by keeping it anonymous, people are willing to tell the whole story. >> reporter: it's not just failed romance. >> sometimes family, religion, countries, you know, everything. there's all kinds of broken relationships. >> reporter: but the truth is, we've all been there one way or another and this may be the most universally relatable museum on earth. i'm nick watt for "nightline." in hollywood.
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message is the importance of healthy eating and the fact that healthy food can be tasty food. i think you heard the students describe the meals they've created, these are going to be very tasty meals but also are carefully designed to meet health requirements. >> reporter: meet jeremy tezano traveling all the way from dallas, texas, on a mission to fulfill his dream of becoming a chef following in his mother's footsteps. >> my mom is a chef. i kind of grew up beside her on a little stool in the kitchen. and i've just been growing in the kitchen with her and then when i got to high school, i took a culinary class and that just opened up a bunch of doors for me. >> reporter: and it wasn't easy getting here. >> tell me a little bit about the training and how many hours you put in to being able to come to the nation's capital and compete here today. >> oh, my gosh. hours and hours a day. we would be in the kitchen tasting things. >> reporter: two hours in the kitchen monday re-creating their winning recipes and scored by a 17-person celebrity judging panel.
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including kwame onwuachi from bravo's "top chef" cooking everything from barbecue chicken, pizza quesadillas to moroccan-stuffed zucchini, all without those key ingredients of olive oil and salt. and the team from orange county, california, took home the gold with the moroccan stuffed zucchini. regardless of the winner, all of the lunches will be served to thousands of students across their respective school districts. >> our thanks to katherine there for us. >> such a good idea. it's really not that hard sometimes to cook inexpensive healthy meals. just requires a little more thought and a little more effort. >> not when it's considered like a potato is a vegetable. those are the guidelines. yeah, but those are the guidelines they have to work with. hungry. >> they did a good job. >> i'm starving.
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this morning on "world news now," hillary clinton's getting a major boost on primary day. >> clinton inching closer to history gaining enough delegates to become the presumptive nominee but not counting her chickens before they hatch. what she's telling voters in six states that hit the polls today. tropical storm colin is making landfall bringing huge wind gusts and massive downpours to the southeast threatening millions with flash floods, damaging winds and the possibility of tornados. we're tracking where it's headed today. terror takedown. dramatic moment of a would be terrorist caught in the act. the suspect seen moving an arsenal of weapons. when police move in before the mass murder plot could be carried out. and get ready to get pumped up with the ultimate wedding play list. we've got the full list of top songs to help you shake it like a polaroid picture for this wedding season. so, which songs made the top
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three? what do you think? >> i think some of those are some of our top three. >> "world news now" is going to give it to you on this tuesday, june 7th. >> going to give it to you. ♪ >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." what was your favorite like wedding song? >> "uptown funk." >> is that one. >> which one gets everybody on the floor. >> for a really long time, it was "let's get it started" by the black eyed peas. >> let's get it started. >> that was always a huge hit and great opener back in my wedding season days. >> also the electric slide. >> the electric slide, that's new and hip. all of the cool kids are doing that these days. >> i hear the next one coming up is the macarena. >> it's going to be huge. >> the kids love that one. so we start things off with politics today. a historic day in the race for the white house as donald trump faces growing criticism from both parties. hillary clinton has reached a
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major milestone. >> clinton is now the first woman in the country ever to become the presumptive nominee of a major political party. now she secured 2,383 delegates, enough to clinch the democratic nomination. she tweeted last night we're flattered but we've got primaries to win. and she listed the six states voting today which happens to be eight years to the day when she dropped out of the race against president obama. it is "your voice, your vote." we get the latest from abc's stephanie ramos. >> reporter: hillary clinton and bernie sanders are not slowing down, campaigning just a day before six states vote in primaries, including the delegate-rich states of new jersey and california. >> well, tomorrow is a really big day, everybody. >> reporter: based on new ap superdelegate endorsements abc news estimates clinton is already there, securing enough delegates to clinch the democratic nomination. but sanders is still pushing forward, rejecting this claim based on the fact that clinton
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needs the support of superdelegates who can change their minds to lock it down. >> we are working as hard as we can. >> reporter: clinton however taking on donald trump. >> so trump doesn't want you to pay attention to what this case is revealing. so he is attacking the judge. >> reporter: trump reportedly urging top supporters to defend his attacks on the judge presiding over the trump university federal cases. sticking with his claim in a cnn interview that he's been treated unfairly by the american born judge whose parents are from mexico. >> if you are saying he can't do his job because of his race, is that not the definition of racism? >> no, i don't think so at all. >> reporter: clinton pouncing. > i'm waiting for him to say because of all the bigoted things he has said about women that a woman judge couldn't preside. >> reporter: the white house has hinted president obama will endorse the democratic presumptive nominee very soon, possibly later this week. his aides say he's eager to campaign and brushing up on his
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stump skills looking to directly challenge donald trump. kendis and diane, back over to you. >> all right, stephanie, thank you. more republicans are blasting donald trump over his comments about the judge. senator lindsey graham among them. unleashing some of the harshest criticism yet saying, it's the most un-american thing from a politics since joe mccarthy. and he urged republican who have backed trump to rescind their endorsements. john kasich is calling for trump to apologize. marco rubio said trump is wrong and urged him to stop. breaking news now. dangerous weather moving across florida and into georgia this morning. tropical storm colin is bringing rains and thousands of power outages along the gulf coast. the area around caesar key was hit with four inches of rain in several counties. the governor declared a state of emergency in 34 counties. they're already sandbag along the south carolina coast. colin could bring up to eight inches of rain to the charleston area with winds gusting to 50 miles hour. there are also concerns about powerful rip currents and beach
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erosion. and taking a live look at the radar, you can see the storm as it moves across florida and it heads up the east coast. there's an isolated tornado threat across south georgia and the carolinas through this morning. some alarming moments for passengers on an american airlines flight from seattle to dallas. they were on board and waiting at the gate when smoke started billowing outside the windows. a starter machine apparently caught fire. that's a device hooked up to the plane to help start the engines. the plane wasn't damaged but passengers were placed on other flights. well, we have now seen an image of the missile believed to have taken down malaysia airlines flight mh-17. the jet that exploded over ukraine two years ago. we still don't know who fired it. it's been determined the missile was russian made. russia and ukraine blame each other. the crash killed all 298 people on board. the list of famous names who will say good-bye to the greatest continues to grow.
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actor will smith who received an oscar nomination for his portrayal of the champ will be among the pallbearers at the funeral on friday. tributes continue to pour in as his hometown prepares for the funeral. abc's ryan smith has more from louisville. >> reporter: those closest to muhammad ali remembering a heavyweight with a tender side. his daughter, laila, posting this on facebook, writing, "i was blessed to be touched by an angel. we all were." >> i felt like he was trapped inside of his body, so, i have comfort in knowing that he's not suffering anymore. >> reporter: the champ's youngest son, saying his father is at peace. >> he just wants everybody to be happy and celebrate his life, celebrate his legacy, you know, not shed tears of sadness. shed tears of joy. >> reporter: his funeral plans, as only ali would have it, specified by the champ years in advance. on friday, a procession through his hometown and a massive public memorial. a growing list of celebrities and dignitaries speaking.
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the king of jordan added to the list that includes bill clinton and billy crystal. the comedian, dubbed "little brother" by ali, his spot-on impression of the champ. >> i'm so fast i can play ping-pong by myself. >> reporter: and generations marking a once in a lifetime figure. what does muhammad ali mean to you? >> he's our hero. he was never scared to speak his mind and i'm just proud to say that he was from here. >> reporter: many people wanting to be here to celebrate ali as a life. his family announcing 30,000 tickets will be available for the memorial and prayer service. ryan smith, abc news, louisville, kentucky. a los angeles jury sentenced grim sleeper to death. the same jury convicted lonnie franklin jr. of the brutal slayings of at least ten women from 1985 to 2007. on monday, the jury deliberated for nearly nine hours before reaching that decision. prosecutors say franklin killed his victims and discarded their bodies in alleys or dumpsters. in japan, the u.s. navy
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has banned drinking by u.s. personnel after a series of incidents that have outraged the japanese. most recent incident was the drunk driving arrest of a sailor stationed at okinawa on sunday. who allegedly drove the wrong way on a busy highway causing an accident. two months ago, a former marine was arrested in the murder of a young woman. the navy confined all u.s. personnel to their bases. gorilla world at the cincinnati zoo is expected to reopen today. the zoo now has a higher reinforced barrier in place after a child made it past the fence and into the enclosure two weeks ago. the prosecutor yesterday declined to charge the mother with child endangerment saying there was nothing she could have done. >> for instance, had she been in the bathroom smoking crack and let her kids run around the zoo, that would be a different story. that's not what happened here. >> he came through the bushes and fell right here and quite frankly, i don't know how he wasn't hurt. >> an endangered male silverback gorilla was shot and killed to
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protect the little boy. the u.s. department of agriculture is still reviewing the case for possible sanctions against the zoo. reigning nba mvp steph curry is giving up a shot at another title, unfortunately for the cleveland cavaliers we're not talking about an nba crown. curry will sit out the summer olympics in rio citing recent leg injuries. his golden state warriors are two wins away from their second straight nba title. game three, by the way, of the finals is right here on abc tomorrow night. and u.s. olympic gymnast gabby douglas is again showing her fierce side. when asked if she's worried about the zika virus warnings in brazil, she said mosquitos? i don't care about no stupid bugs. douglas won gold in 2012 as part of the u.s. squad back in london. this next story will likely be considered sacrilege to green bay packers cheeseheads.
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their leader has given up dairy. >> aaron rodgers has dropped milk products including that wisconsin favorite, cheese, from his diet. the 32-year-old made the change to try to hold back father time. he says more fruits and veggies will help him play longer. but giving up dairy in wisconsin? >> i wonder what it's like when a change in your diet makes news? the whole world talks about the fact that you don't eat cheese anymore. meanwhile, new england patriots' rob gronkowski has shed weight from the top of his head. he shed his locks to raise cash. >> yes, so, gronk and some of his teammates sat in the barber chair this weekend for the seventh annual buzz off to help kids fighting cancer. more than 1,000 people took part and raised nearly $1 million. >> are you okay with that? >> i like the look. >> they're stealing your -- >> they're stealing my look. he's been doing it every year for five years. >> you should swing by. free haircut. >> i would do that same event buff just like.
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>> very confused. >> like every barber shop i walk into. coming up later in "the mix," it's the marriage of the burrito and the whopper. >> but first, if you've been trying to avoid burritos and whoppers because your beach body isn't quite ready yet, don't worry. you're not the only one stressed out about it. we're going to look an the anxiety caused in some relationships when one partner is more in shape than the other. also ahead, the shocking rape case from one of the country's top schools. a stanford swimmer convicted of sexual assault. and many now saying his sentence is slap on the wrist. >> you can always weigh in on facebook at wnnfans.com. you're watching "world news now." you're watching "world news now."
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those are three very lucky boaters being rescued by the coast guard in the waters of lake michigan. their boat capsized about 11 miles offshore over the weekend. a coast guard crew was on a training mission nearby and luckily was able to get to them quickly. officials also credited the men for wearing life jackets and staying with their overturned boat. in ukraine officials say they've arrested a suspected terrorist planning to attack france during the european soccer championships. the french national can be seen in this video wrapping a cache of heavy weapons and loading them into a van. moments late area law enforcement officials surround the vehicle and
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wrestle the suspect to the ground. he was allegedly planning 15 attacks on bridges, railways and places of worship. the championships get under way this friday in france. here at home, anger is mounting over a college sex assault case out of san francisco. >> the star swimmer at stanford university has been sentenced to only six months in jail for sexually assaulting an unconscious woman. >> but it's what the man's father said to the judge that sparked the backlash. here's abc's matt gutman. >> reporter: outrage building over a son's crime and his father's commentary. before stanford swimmer brock allen turner was sentenced to six months in jail for the sexual assault of a woman at a campus party, his father complained the verdict was a steep price to pay for 20 minutes of action. >> the dad said, it's 20 minutes for a lifetime of sentence. and, like, what do you think the woman had to deal with? >> reporter: but another letter was read in court that day. >> it was one of the most eloquent and articulate letters i've ever read. i don't think anything like it has ever been written. >> reporter: the victim reading 12 pages, her gaze locked in on turner. skewering her attacker for
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insisting the assault beside a frat house dumpster was consensual. outrage sweeping the stanford campus. online, nearly 6 million clicking on her letter on buzzfeed. many blasting the father and the judge. and the victim sending this text to the d.a. >> "i'm coming to you simply as a woman wanting to be heard. yes, there's plenty more i'd like to tell you about me. for now, i'm every woman." >> reporter: the probation department recommended that six-month sentence. now, turner is already in jail and could be out in three months on good behavior. but he'll remain a sex offender for the rest of his life. matt gutman, abc news, stanford. coming up in our next half hour, heartfelt words from bobby brown. the exclusive interview with robin roberts about moving forward after the two most devastating losses of his life. but first, hitting the beach and tackling swimsuit anxiety. apparently it's even worse when you feel like your partner is in better shape than you are. one couple's empowering story about how they balanced the scales.
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♪ okay, so, it's already prime beach season in many parts of the country. >> but just the idea of squeezing into a bathing suit is enough for many people to break into a cold sweat. and apparently, it can be even worse if your partner is in better shape than you are. >> yeah, but one couple figured out a way to balance the scales. here's abc's jesse palmer. >> reporter: with warm temps come bathing suits. a show of skin that can bring serious anxiety for some. like hannah. she and her boyfriend dalton met while studying abroad in paris. >> i was shoving croissants down
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my throat and he was training for a marathon. >> reporter: hannah admits her insecurities get a workout when she wears a bikini next to her beau. >> i hate dreading bathing suit season. you would think that would change when you're in a relationship. i do feel self-conscious when i'm at the beach next to somebody who is so active. >> reporter: they're not alone. while evidence is anecdotal, it's not uncommon for couples to feel anxiety when one person doesn't feel as attractive as their partner. >> wearing bathing suits can be tough on a couple if one or both members don't feel completely happy with their body. talk with each other how you feel and work through insecurities together. >> reporter: the young couple saying communication has been key to helping them avoid conflicts around the issue. >> he's seen serious meltdowns where i'm shopping and nothing looks good. it breaks you down emotionally. >> just celebrating what i love about her i know that brings confidence to her. >> reporter: ultimately it might be scary to bare it all on the beach but experts say it's important to find qualities you
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love about yourself. >> you love the way your shoulders look strong and this bikini that you have or you love that your legs can power you through a long walk. that will bring your whole self-image up. >> feeling confident in my chest and curviness and celebrating that has helped kind of overpower the insecurities. >> reporter: and that newfound confidence shines through. >> you know, how she feels and how i feel you feed off of each other. she's got this different strut about her when she's feeling more confident and i love it. >> i just don't get it. exactly. because i think they both have great bodies. i don't know who was the one that has the body issues. >> people get self-conscious about these things. in our family it just didn't happen. because so many people in the family will tell you you've got a little fat the same way they'll tell you your hair got long, it's not that big a deal.
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♪ i wanna feel the heat with somebody ♪ >> that's a good one. >> i'm surprised this is still up there in this day and age. "i want to dance with somebody." >> always a hit. >> you want to feel the heat. >> and number one, you were surprised by this. >> i like this song. i thought that people, i don't know, i didn't think it would last this long. >> "hey ya" by outcast. >> number one most popular song at weddings. i think they missed one though. >> i think they missed a really good one. >> do you hear? >> to the right, to the right, to the right. ♪ to the left, to the left, to the left ♪ >> of course i get it wrong. ♪ kick, kick, kick, kick ♪ ♪ now walk it by yourself walk it by yourself ♪ >> this would be my black card. >> i'm sorry, dad. i apologize for all black people. should we move onto the whopperito. >> yes, we should. this is amazing.
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> we just talked about being body conscious. burger king has just come out with the whopperrito, a combination between a chopper and a burrito. >> that looks awesome. >> sorry to say only available at a handful of locations including hermitage, pennsylvania. >> we'll be doing a road trip to hermitage, pennsylvania. take a look at this video. it looks frightening. you have this panther kind of like creeping up going up for the kill. this guy's just chilling out like, yeah, i wonder what's going on later for lunch and then this panther is keep creeping up behind him. you think it's going to pounce. and then, no, hey. let's kind of kiss it out at a mexican sanctuary in mexico. he's a trainer and owner there. >> panther still does not look super friendly. >> tell you who is super friendly, though, this adorable labrador. he doesn't want to let it go. he loves the snow. he's trying desperately to hold onto the last patch that's left. look how sad he is that summer's here.
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breaking news this morning on "world news now." tropical storm colin is gaining speed. the fast-moving rainmaker is unloading on florida right now and getting ready to turn up the east coast and cause major travel delays. we have the forecast just ahead. primary push as voters in six states head to the polls today. hillary clinton and bernie sanders are set to battle it out despite clinton's seemingly locking up the nomination overnight. as the top dogs of the republican party grimace at donald trump's tough stance against a judge that he sees as biased. and new this half hour, anger mismanagement on the baseball diamond. >> a college baseball manager goes ballistic. getting in the faces of umpires even showcasing a little spin move for better positioning. very nice twirl. see what set him off. and the playboy mansion has a new owner. we'll look at the man who reportedly dropped nine figures
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for the storied estate and what he plans to do with it. the full story ahead in "the skinny" on this tuesday, june 7th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." i think a few things need to be done to the mansion. >> power wash. >> how about that baseball coach though, the manager? he's got some moves. >> he did a little spinderella move. >> a little bit. >> a little angry. we'll get to him a little bit later. but we want to begin with something that's swirling over the southeast. the heavy rains from tropical storm colin on the move right now. >> much of florida is under a state of emergency as thousands are without power, up to 8 inches of rain is expected to fall before colin moves across the state and up the east coast. 50-mile-an-hour winds have brought down trees and power lines already. and homes and businesses have been damaged, as well. and they're preparing for the storm along the carolina coast. residents of low-lying areas of north were busy filling sand bags to keep water out.
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swimmers are being told to stay out of the water because of the riptide risk, too. and the storm caused long lines and flight delays at the atlanta airport. last we checked, flight schedules seem to have gotten back to normal or more or less anyway for those wait times. >> okay, so, what's next for colin's wrath? >> let's go to accuweather's paul williams now who's tracking the storm for us. >> good morning to you, diane kendis. colin is expected to accelerate beyond the carolina coast and possibly move out towards the water. we're hopeful of that, but in the meantime, we're looking for rough surf as well as localized flooding and very gusty winds from charleston to wilmington towards cape hatteras at least throughout the morning time with heavy downpours in some areas. heavy rain showers expected in the northeast, as well. we're looking for isolated thunderstorms from boston up towards maine. this is going to be the result of the front that's pushing through. we'll have a sharp contrast with warm air underneath it with isolated thunderstorms from boston up towards portland. and we're going to brace for
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strong storms to bring local damaging winds as well as hail from boston up to bangor. so, get ready, it's going to hit the northeast. diane, kendis. >> thanks, paul. hillary clinton is one step closer to the white house after securing enough delegates to clinch the democratic nomination. as the presumptive nominee, clinton is poised to become the first woman at the top of a presidential ticket of a major u.s. political party. and she wrapped up a five-day campaign swing in california, clinton appeared to be holding off any celebrations until today's primaries are over. >> according to the news, we are on the brink of an historic, historic unprecedented moment. but we still have work to do, don't we? we have six elections tomorrow. and we're going to fight hard for every single vote especially right here in california. >> as for bernie sanders, here in san francisco, making no
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mention of clinton's delegate count during that evening rally. he continued to criticize clinton for her super pac money and vowed to win california. but sanders would need to flip more than half of her superdelegates to win the nomination. abc news in the meantime has learned that sanders spoke with president obama on sunday. the president made the phone call reportedly to talk about the future of sanders' campaign. president obama is now preparing to endorse hillary clinton and assume a more active role in the 2016 campaign possibly as soon as tomorrow. well, today marks the final day of voting for the primary season. polls will be open in six states including california, new jersey, new mexico, montana, as well as the dakotas. california, of course, is the big prize, 475 pledged delegates up for grabs. >> now to donald trump digging in as he faces criticism from a growing number of fellow republicans. after coming under fire for remarks about the mexican heritage of a federal judge, trump had some new marching orders for his most loyal
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supporters. we get more now from abc's tom llamas. >> reporter: donald trump urging top supporters to defend his attacks on the mexican-american judge in the trump university case. >> do you regret making it personal with the judge? >> look, i've had very, very unfair decisions. people said this should have gone away a long time ago in summary judgment. i don't care if the judge is mexican or not. i'm going to do great with the mexican people, because i provide jobs. so, i don't care about mexican. but we're being treated very unfairly, bill. very, very unfairly. >> reporter: trump claims judge gonzalo curiel, an american citizen born in indiana, is biased against him because the judge's parents are from mexico. >> if you are saying he can't do his job because of his race, is that not the definition of racism? >> no, i don't think so at all. this judge is giving us unfair rulings. now, i say, why? well, i want to -- i'm building a wall, okay? and it's a wall between mexico, not another country, and -- >> but he's not from mexico. he's from indiana.
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>> in my opinion, he's mexican heritage, and he's very proud of it. >> reporter: trump then taking it even further, implying his proposed muslim ban would also disqualify a muslim judge from the trump university case. >> if it were a muslim judge, would you also feel like they wouldn't be able to treat you fairly because of that policy of yours? >> ah, it's possible, yes, yeah, that would be possible, absolutely. >> reporter: now, even trump's biggest supporters say he's out of line. >> it goes against our whole model of being an american. once you go down that road, you destroy america. >> reporter: trump convening a tense conference call of top supporters to address the campaign crisis. bloomberg news reporting the candidate urged them to attack judge curiel, insisting, "we will overcome." trump also reportedly asking them to hit reporters saying, "the people asking the questions, those are the racists. i would go at 'em." for weeks many top republicans have been able to defend his controversial statements or policies by saying he's a different type of candidate. but many are saying on this issue, trump is just wrong.
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tom llamas, abc news, new york. in tampa, florida, 14 burglars were caught in the act on a home security system. but there's a bit of a twist. the home security system is actually disguised so well in fact that one of the suspects looks straight into the camera at one point trying to figure out what it is. you then see them go through the house, stealing jewelry, cash, golf clubs. they even got away with the victim's car but not very far. all the items were recovered and the suspects arrested. in southern california, more sharks have been captured on camera, as well. that led to a one mile long section of the beach in huntington beach being closed. lifeguards posted signs warning swimmers to stay out of the water. there have been multiple shark sightings and one attack in the area in the last few weeks. >> in northern california, not a good night for sharks that make their home on ice. the pittsburgh penguins and san jose against the sharks in game four of the stanley cup final. the home team down 2-1 in the
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series and down 2-0 in the game. after evgeni malkin there scored in the second, san jose cut it to 2-1, but eric fehr scored in the third. penguins winning it all, 3-1. they're up 3-1 in the series and can clinch their third stanley cup at home thursday night. mario is happy there. >> oh, yeah. well, it's playoff time in college baseball. and things got a little heated on tobacco road you could say. >> yeah, so, you have north carolina state head coach elliott avent who was not happy with the strike zone against coastal carolina. so, he let the umps know. first, he's in the home plate umpire's face who is three times his size. when one of the other umps comes over, he puts on that nice spin move to get away. avent kept it up till he finally grabbed his bag and walked off. by the way, nc state won the game. >> i like the roll dodge move. >> that little spin was -- >> got some skills. maybe he should coach football, too. >> true.
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all right, coming up, bobby brown opens up to our robin roberts. what the r&b star is now saying about moving forward after suffering the back-to-back devastating losses of both whitney houston and their daughter bobbi kristina. and rick astley apparently isn't about to give you up. the big news from the '80s heartthrob ahead in "the skinny." you're watching "world news now." ♪ never going to give you up ♪ never going to say good-bye >> announcer: "world news now" weather, brought to you by american advisors. weather, brought to you by american advisors.
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was caught in the middle of it. she seemed prepared with that bike helmet and all. but still enough is enough. and she was soon overcome by tears. that's our denver station coming to her rescue, giving her shelter from the storm. look at that. >> i was going to complain that people were videoing and no one was helping her. but they did help her, i'm glad to see. >> the other stations just watched. the nevada department of corrections has released a new mugshot of o.j. simpson. the 68-year-old has not been seen in a mugshot since 2013. appeared grayer, simpson smiled for the camera. prison officials say they routinely update photos for their records. the former nfl star is serving 33 years in prison for armed robbery. now to some heartfelt words and new revelations in fact, from bobby brown about the two devastating losses that he suffered just three years apart. >> the r&b star opened up to our own robin roberts about life after whitney houston and their daughter bobbi kristina.
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>> reporter: on january 31st, 2015, she was found lifeless in a bathtub at her georgia home, a scene eerily similar to her mother's death. reports labeled bobbi kristina's accident a mystery. but bobby brown had his suspicions. >> it was not a mystery to me. the same thing that happened to my daughter is what happened to whitney. there's only one person that was around both occasions. >> you won't say his name. nick gordon is who you're referring to. >> i won't say his name. >> reporter: gordon was rumored to be whitney's adopted son, but after whitney's death, the couple claimed they were much more. >> i'm married. and we're fine. we're really -- we're really, really very happy. >> reporter: there have been no legal documents to prove that the couple ever married. >> nick gordon, the things that are being said by him recently, how do you approach that? >> he knows what happened. i don't know what happened that night. but he does.
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>> reporter: for six months, bobbi kristina lay in a coma. on july 26th, 2015, she passed away. her official cause of death was lobar pneumonia due to drowning and a toxic cocktail of drugs in her system. just last month, bobby joined her estate in filing a $10 million wrongful death suit against nick gordon. nick gordon's attorneys call the lawsuit meritless saying that he has been heartbroken over the loss of bobbi kristina and that it's shameful such baseless allegations have been presented publicly but bobby brown says loss, not a lawsuit, has been his toughest challenge. >> hardest thing i had to do in my life was tell my daughter to let go. >> i can't even imagine the pain that whole family is going through. it's hard enough to have lost whitney but then to deal with that loss of bobbi kristina. and for so many months trying to hold on to hope like that, it's heart breaking.
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>> it's going to be a tough interview to watch but an interesting one indeed. it's going to be tonight on "20/20" at 10:00 p.m. right here on abc. when we come back, the chad drama continues on "the bachelorette." and guess who just bought the playboy mansion. "the skinny" is next. >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations. at 15, i was addicted. by 40, i'll have lung disease. at 50, i'll die of a heart attack. dr. regina benjamin: cigarette smoke causes immediate damage that leads to health problems, even death. those who quit or die are being replaced by a new generation of smokers. i'm dr. regina benjamin, united states surgeon general.
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topping our "skinny" headlines this morning, it was all about chad last night on "the bachelorette." >> week three saw the show's favorite villain chad with all his muscles being described as a caveman, a cartoon character and another name we can't repeat on air. >> a few of them. >> yeah. chad's retort? there are just too many dudes on "the bachelorette." >> that will happen. >> there are way too many details to go into here. but it's not over yet. part 2 airs tonight at 8:00 p.m. right here on abc. and we will have a full recap tomorrow morning with our senior "bachelorette" analyst jack sheehan. >> what is that? so, part one ended with like this big, big cliffhanger. like think who shot j.r.? you know, it was huge. like i was there and like no. he was coming in. he had spoken with chris. and he was going after the fellows. >> what's going to happen? >> part two tonight. >> and no cocktail party, pool party instead. >> yes.
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>> it's going to be a good one. okay, speaking of cocktail parties, i'm sure playboy mansion has had a few of this them. >> a few of them. pool parties, as well. >> new owner. >> barely six months after hugh hefner put the estate on the market, the 1927 gothic revival mansion has reportedly been sold to 32-year-old investor darren metropoulos who co-owns hostess brands and the one-time heir to the pabst brewing company. >> okay, so, hefner had listed the property for $200 million. tmz reports they're paying roughly $100 million. the young investor agreed to let the 90-year-old hefner live out the rest of his days inside the fabled mansion. >> metropoulos already owns the property next door, that's an $18 million pad, and reportedly he intends to keep the exterior of the playboy mansion intact but he'll likely gut and restore the interior. maybe a few more things, as well. >> exactly. next to some big news across the pond. >> we're talking about '80s heartthrob rick astley hit the stage.
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in central london last night to help launch his new album. he's back. ♪ never going to give you up, never going to let you down never going to run around and desert you ♪ >> psych. we just rick rolled you. seriously though, he really -- >> he's not ready to give us up. take a look. ♪ this old house, this old house ♪ >> huh. okay. the voice still sounds the same. >> i think i know all the words already. >> this old house? what's the title for it? >> "this old house," of course. >> this old house. >> this is one of the new tracks on astley's new album "50" which is not coincidentally his age. the album is expected to be released this october. i expect a lot of rick rolling. >> he's not giving us up. rick rolling is a thing 20 years ago. and finally, last night was game four of the stanley cup playoffs. the san jose sharks hosting the pittsburgh penguins.
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>> and in case you missed it, this happened. ♪ >> take that, carlos santana. >> and the crowd goes wild. >> as they should. longtime shark fans metallica lead singer there james hetfield and guitarist kirk hammett performing the star spangled banner, in beautiful fashion. but it wasn't enough to keep the sharks from losing to pittsburgh 3-1 with the penguins leading the series. >> at least they had some good music. >> they did. coming up, the first lady flexes her muscles out in the garden. >> it was harvest day at the white house as schoolchildren from across the nation rolled up their sleeves and dug in. you're watching "world news now." ♪ never going to say good-bye
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but when you plant a garden at the white house, you have to reap those veggies. >> are you guys ready to do some harvesting? >> reporter: students from across the country joined michelle obama in harvesting the white house kitchen garden. the kids planted this garden back in april. now, they're seeing the fruits of their labor. kale, cauliflower and snap peas. >> it's big. >> it's cool to see how fast it's grown. >> it's beautiful. >> reporter: something new in this year's white house kitchen garden is the outrageous lettuce which used the same seeds used on the international space station. the beds of red lettuce grew so fast, the white house already replanted them. it's all part of the first lady's campaign for kids to embrace healthy diets and active lifestyles. >> folks across the country are starting to do what we're doing here at the white house. and it's really helping a lot of kids eat better. >> reporter: along the way, mrs. obama has employed the help of her celebrity friends like basketball star steph curry. >> turnip for what?
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>> reporter: and chefs frankie celenza and rachel ray who stirred up some curried vegetables. >> you are what you eat. and this is really good stuff. you start early and i think it makes a big difference. >> reporter: for trinity and christian from colorado that's a message that's already resonating. > i'll probably try eating salad, no french fries. >> reporter: the white house kitchen garden started as part of the first lady's "let's move" campaign in 2009. she hopes it's going to continue with the next president. arlette saenz, abc news, the white house. >> it is always a beautiful event for many people in d.c. and the students there. >> turnip for what? i love it. and tours of the white house kitchen garden are open to any school and community group that has an interest in gardening and healthy eating. >> very good. don't miss our updates on facebook at wnnfans.com. >> announcer: this is abc's "world news now," informing insomniacs for two decades. informing insomniacs for two decades.
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have a great tuesday. making news in america this morning, hillary clinton's historic moment. the first woman in a major political party to become the presumptive nominee reaching the magic number but focused on today's major primaries, plus more trouble for donald trump as top republicans urge other party members to unendorse the candidate. we're live. tracking colin. it's pounding florida. the storm's latest path as it heads up the east coast. a large cat crawling towards a man with its power fful a judge gives a teenager a choice go to jail or sing a song at a busy intersection.